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This could happen due to the projection bulb coolant fluid which might have leaked out onto the electrical components completely destroying them. Mitsubishi made several models with the liquid coolant suspended above the electrical components and regularly the coolant gaskets leak and distroy the TV.

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Posted on Jun 25, 2009

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